Kaitlyn Krispense!


Beloved  Synopsis:  Life hurts.  Cara Richards just doesn’t care anymore. Alone and unloved, she decides that there’s only one response to the nightmare that has become her life.

When an unwelcome intervention disrupts Cara’s plans, her life is changed in a way that she never imagined. Regardless of how tough she believes herself to be, she’s unprepared for another foster family. She’s even less prepared for five foster brothers, one of whom is convinced that God is the answer to all of her problems. Though she prides herself on a resilient heart, her life continues to spiral into a world full of questions.

Is death really the answer? Does God actually care? Can everyone truly be loved, no matter what?

GR: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/44092001-beloved


Author bio:  Kaitlyn is a farmer’s daughter that loves the Lord, her family, and her books. Psalm 46:10 gives her inspiration, her brothers make her laugh, and there’s nothing quite like the excitement of opening an unread book for the first time. Writing takes up much of her free time, whether actual writing takes place or writer’s block, in which case she’s probably browsing Pinterest.


You can find Kaitlyn Krispense at: 

Blog: http://akansasfarmersdaughter.blogspot.com/

GoodReads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/18901123.Kaitlyn_Krispense





 R.A.: It’s going to be at least 35,000 words long. I haven’t even counted yet. All I know is that my page count is getting longer for each chapter scene.
You’re halfway there. Just about. All I have to do is place the chapters and scenes in order.
You like writing it on the computer. Writing on the computer is harder for me, but I can write on paper by using a pencil.
Emily: @ Shine Im guessing that your character is inspired by Loki. My male character Kreze (name came from my Story Dreams) was inspired by Loki. At least Kreze isn’t like Loki.
Anna: Shine loves adventure and is always there to help her friends. She puts others first.
Yes, Shine loves adventures to the point where it’s very dangerous. Not to mention near death situations. She puts others first and helps her friends. Too many friends to count.
Emily: Shine is super outgoing. 
Back when she was younger, she wasn’t all outgoing after being traumatized, but as she grew older, she became more outgoing.
Joey: I think Shine is super friendly and loves talking to random strangers.
*Nervous laughs* Well in (Fantasy World Name), the no talking to random strangers rule doesn’t apply.

Assumptions! (Part 1)


R.A. : 
You have too many books! Yes, I have too many books, but I keep getting more and more older ones.
You’re shy. I’m in between of shy and not shy.
You have Instagram. Yes, but I don’t use it very much. I only go on it to check on my friends and see how they’re doing, but that’s it.
You hate bugs. All except butterflies, caterpillars, lady bugs, moths.
Your most prized possessions are your books. Yes and No. Yes, on the books. No, because I also love my dolls.
Abigail Harder: 
You are an introvert. What’s an introvert?
You have siblings. Yes. 2 older brothers (identical twins). And well, a stepsister which it hurts to talk about.
You do not have any pets. I have pets all right. Very mischievous cats, fish, and a desert tortoise.
You are a fangirl. Yes, but not just Marvel alone. I’m a HUGE FAN of SKILLET and NEWSBOYS!
You are a girl. Yes, born a girl and always a girl.
You are a teen. No, I wish I was a teen. I look like one, but I’m almost 22.
You have a dark and wild imagination. YES! I have dark and wild imagination. And it’s not from Thanos and his Black Order henchmen/henchwomen. I got the courage from a GR writing group I’m in and from my darkest of dreams NIGHTMARES. I still remember the nightmares I had when I was a child, so I’m making my characters SUFFER because of it.
You have troubles but are able to continue on. Yes, I’m trying to continue on. Praying and listening to Skillet and Red music.
Abigail Harder: You love Marvel (specifically Loki) 😉 
Kaitlyn: You’re obsessed with Marvel.
Silver: You love Marvel. You love Loki. 
For those who mentioned Marvel, the liking of it started in 2012 when one of my previous youth group leaders had a movie night at the church. “The Avengers” (2012) movie was the best movie I’ve ever saw with my youth group friends and then, that’s when I fell in love with Loki. Yes, I know, I’m crazy when I say Loki’s my favorite Avenger (even though he wasn’t at the time, but it’s how I see it in my opinion). The only Marvel toy I still have, from a fast food place, is Iron Man. It’s an older one and not a fancy one like the stores sell.

Now I’m using my old (HomeMade) Loki outfit for other things like, removing the yellow/gold parts and keeping the green/black parts for something else.
Abigail Harder: 

You are willing to break your characters for the sake of the plot. Yes, I have some broken characters already and it’s already adding up.
It is going to be awesome! *imitates Asgardians* YES!
It is going to be over 200 pages. I’m not sure, but I’m hoping to have more than 20 pages.
A character was inspired by someone in Marvel *cough* Loki *cough* ;P Yes, but he’s not mischievous. Plus I have a few other characters that were inspired by Marvel, but everyone is human without powers.



“Freedom” Synopsis:  Having just returned to American soil from the desert sands of the Middle East, James Greene is done with his life. ‘Double amputee’ doesn’t seem like a strong enough phrase to label the physical and emotional pain he bears. Add the lack of love and communication with his family members, the demons that haunt him day and night, and he can find nothing worth living for. Ending it all is the only way out.

Alexandria Lorance is a not-so-ordinary physical therapist, content with aiding in her patients’ recoveries. Her work gives her fulfillment, but alone in the silence, she still endures the hidden scars of a past, unhealthy relationship. Reminding herself that true healing is found in Christ alone, she seeks to show kindness and love to everyone she meets.

When these two broken ones’ paths intersect, the spark of friendship is ignited, bringing hope and joy to both. Can they step out of the darkness of suffering and into the freedom of grace?

A Marine, broken by war. A therapist, scarred by words. A chance meeting in a parking lot bonded them together. But can love grow in these two hurting hearts? Or are they truly too broken to ever find lasting happiness?

GR: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/44433507-freedom


Author Bio:   Saved by God’s grace, Faith Potts is a teenage writer and homeschool graduate, living with her family and beloved yellow labs in the North Carolina mountains. When she’s not weaving stories, consuming large amounts of coffee, reading stacks of books, or studying American Sign Language, she can be found laughing harder than is healthy, daydreaming, and—of course—blowing dandelions.

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You can find FAITH POTTS at: 

Website: http://faithpottsauthor.weebly.com/

Blog: http://fireflysstoryspace.blogspot.com/

FaceBook and Instagram: @faithpottsauthor

GoodReads: https://www.goodreads.com/FaithPotts



BLURB 1:  If they knew who she was, they’d never accept what she’s become. Claire will stop at nothing to provide for her daughters. An unwed mother, she does everything possible to raise them whilst avoiding her scandalous past. Some secrets are best kept, even between mother and daughter.

Alice longs for a father, especially if that means her mother will be happy. She takes matters into her own hands—but she never expected what she finds.

Despite her efforts to shelter her daughters, Claire’s ghosts rise up to haunt her, and any semblance of control over her life vanishes. If her secrets are uncovered, what will become of her family?


BLURB 2:  In a world that doesn’t understand her, how can she grow? Ivy Knight lives her life in a blur of confusion as the world passes her by in a tumultuous melody. She isn’t the perfect daughter or student, but as long as she can be with her family, she doesn’t mind watching rather than living.

Mrs. Chattoway treasures both of her granddaughters now that they’re reunited. When Ivy’s parents enroll her in a Scottish school for unique children, she’s happy to chaperone.

In a new place with a new guardian, Ivy discovers a special talent that helps her see the blurred world in a new way. There’s a light at the end of the tunnel, and Ivy becomes determined to find it—and help others do the same.

Where you can find KELLYN ROTH:

Website: http://kellynrothauthor.com/

Blog: http://kellynroth.blog/

Reveries Co: http://reveriescompany.com/

Facebook: http://facebook.com/krauthor, http://facebook.com/reveriesco

Twitter: http://twitter.com/ReveriesofRuby, https://twitter.com/reveriesco/ 

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